|Shipyard||A.G. Weser, Bremen (Werk 292)|
|Ordered||28 Feb 1917|
|Laid down||10 Apr 1917|
|Launched||22 Dec 1917|
|Commissioned||9 Feb 1918|
|Fate||5 May 1918 - Missing. Last contact was on May 5, 1918 off the north coast of Ireland. Date of loss approximate.. 34 dead (all hands lost).|
In any case, UB 119 did not sink or damage a vessel off Dublin on May 25, 1918 has some sources indicate.
Previously recorded fate
Rammed by the steamer Greenisland between Rathlin Island and the Irish Coast (55.16N, 06.24W). Research by Pamela Armstrong establishes that UB 119 attacked a steamer by gunnery in the game area four hours after Greenisland incident.